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How to Kettle Dye Yarn

How to Kettle Dye Yarn Want to have some fun dyeing yarn? Learn how to dye yarn with food coloring in this free tutorial from Rebecca Roush from ChemKnits. This particular tutorial focuses on creating yarn with a kettle dyed effect by adding yarn to the dyebath before the dye. Following this method creates a mottled "kettle dyed" effect rather than a complete solid. Watch this simple video tutorial for complete project instructions.


How to Make Hair Ties with I-Cords

How to Make Hair Ties with ICords In this video tutorial Fayme Harper will show you how to transform knit i-cords into fabulous accessories. It's easy to learn How to Make Hair Ties with I-Cords once you watch these step by step instructions. Hair ties have never looked so good!


How to Hand Paint Roving

How to Hand Paint Roving In this free knitting video tutorial, we'll learn how to hand paint wool roving using basic items from the kitchen. Just watch Rebecca's Roush's simple tutorial to learn how it's done! Once your roving is dyed, you can spin the yarn to create a multitude of knit projects.


DIY Advent Calendar Part 1

DIY Advent Calendar Part 1 Count down the days till Christmas with this DIY Advent Calendar. Follow this free video tutorial from Fayme Harper to learn how to knit one of your own. It's a Christmas knitting pattern you don't want to miss!


How to Purl Video

How to Purl Video Just learning how to knit? Looking to brush up on a few fundamentals? Check out this How to Purl Video for a fun and easy tutorial on a knitting basic. Fiber artist Fayme Harper will walk you through the steps the purl stitch. By the end of this video tutorial, you'll have mastered this knitting building block. Take a few minutes to educate yourself with this informative purl stitch tutorial.


How to Loom Knit a Hat Part 1

Watch this detailed tutorial by Fayme Harper and learn how to make your very own loom knitted hat. This hat can be made on a round loom or a long knitting loom.

How to Hand Felt Knit Projects

How to Hand Felt Knit Projects Have you ever put a wool sweater in the washing machine and have it shrink so it would only fit a doll? The felting process is disappointing when it happens by accident, but you can take advantage of this process to form sturdy, heat resistant fabrics. In this article, I will share with you some tips to create perfect felted garments, as well as how to felt wool by hand.


How to Knit a Holiday Scarf

How to Knit a Holiday Scarf Learn how to knit a festive scarf for the holidays using the simple garter stitch. This pattern is perfect for beginners. Make one for yourself or give your festive scarf away as a gift.


How to Knit the Mattress Stitch

The Mattress stitch is a remarkably easy seaming stitch with an end result that can be deemed as an "invisible seam," if done correctly. Learn how it's done with this free video tutorial.

How to Knit Through the Back Loop

How to Knit Through the Back Loop Learn with Rebecca Roush from ChemKnits how to knit through the back loop of a stitch. When written in a pattern, this process is also abbreviated as Knit tbl. By knitting through the back loop of a stitch, a twisted knit stitch will form. By twisting certain knit stitches in a project, you can create beautiful stitches that are full of texture. A great example is the rice stitch which features rows of purl one, knit one tbl and purl one.


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